Critics say the cookie-cutter program is unnecessary By Paul Tuns At the beginning of pandemic lockdowns in Canada schools and daycares closed, and children were at home with parents who all-of-a-sudden found themselves working out of their own houses. Feminists, unions, and Liberal and NDP politicians noted that working women could not as easily balance family and work responsibilities as their male […]

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